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The reaction of Hugh Jackman, Mark Millar, Neil Gaiman, friends, and colleagues at the disappearance of the Len Wein

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Published on Sep 11, 2017

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As previously reported, Len Wein, co-creator of Wolverine, Swamp Thing, Storm, Nightcrawler, and many other characters, passed away yesterday at the age of 69 years. The Immediate reactions of friends and colleagues.

Hugh Jackman, actor of Wolverine in the film franchise X-Men: “I have just learned of the death of Len Wein. I had the good fortune to know him. My condolences to his family and to his friends. When I met him in 2008, I told him that from his heart, from his mind and from his hand is born of the greatest comic book character. Will be grateful to you forever.”

Just heard Len Wein has passed away. I am blessed to have known him. My condolences to his family and friends. When we met in 2008, I said to him ... From his heart, mind and hands came the greatest character in comics. Forever grateful. #wolverine

A post shared by Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman) on Sep 10, 2017 at 5:21pm PDT

Fabian Nicieza: “One of the best writers in the industry. One of the best editors in the industry. One of the best people in the industry. RIP, Len Wein.”

One of the industry's best writers.
One of the industry's best editors.
One of the industry's best people.
RIP @LenWein.

— Fabian Nicieza (@FabianNicieza) September 10, 2017

Scott Snyder: “I Am extremely saddened for the passing of Len Wein. A screenwriter's amazing and an incredible person. Thanks, Len, for all that you have given to us.”

Extremely saddened to hear of Len Wein''s passing. Incredible writer, incredible person. Thank you Len for all you gave to us. RIP

— Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835) September 10, 2017

Joss Whedon: “He co-created Wolverine and the new X-Men. Began the modern era of comics with their powerful metaphor. And a lot more.”

Co-created Wolverine and the new X-men. Co-kickstarted the modern comic book was with its most powerful metaphor. And more. RIP Len Wein. pic.twitter.com/TSiWChvfdI

— Joss Whedon (@joss) September 10, 2017

Kurt Busiek: “I just knew. RIP Len Wein. A fantastic writer and a great friend. We will miss you very much.”

Just heard. RIP Len Wein. So very sorry to hear it. A terrific writer and a better friend. We will miss you so much.

— Kurt Busiek Resists (@KurtBusiek) September 10, 2017

Mark Millar: “RIP the great Len Wein. He co-created Wolverine and Swamp Thing. Both have given me a living as a screenwriter, and an infinite pleasure as a reader.”

RIP the great #LenWein. He co-created Wolverine & Swamp Thing, both of which gave me a living as a writer & endless pleasure as a reader.

— Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar) September 10, 2017

Neil Gaiman: “Len Wein. He has written Swamp Thing, the Phantom Stranger, and my favorite stories of Batman. When I was twelve years old, made me realize that comics could be literature. It was the editor who brought authors british in DC. It is one of the best people I have ever met in thirty years in the comic book industry.”

Len Wein. He wrote Swamp Thing, Phantom Stranger, & my favourite Batman stories. He showed 12 year old me that comics could be literature.

— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) September 10, 2017

Len Wein was the editor who brought the British creators to DC. He was one of the nicest people I've met in 30 years in comics.

— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) September 10, 2017

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